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Mastering Application Development with Force.com by Kevin J. Poorman

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Using the Salesforce developer console

Our code must live in the Salesforce cloud. Throughout this book, there will be a number of example code segments. Each of these is intended to highlight a technique, pattern, or feature of either Apex or the Salesforce1 platform. While you are free to use MavensMate or the Eclipse Force.com IDE plugin, this book will demonstrate code segments that have been tested in the developer console. Because of this, it's probably a wise idea for us take some time and demonstrate how to use the developer console. Once the window opens, you'll see a two-pane interface generally broken down into a taller pane and a shorter one below it. The menu bar across the top pane gives you access to several development features, ...

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